Method developed to detect extraterrestrial oceans
Wednesday, May 27, 2009
Until today has more than three hundred planets outside our solar system found. In most cases, the objects which are similar to Jupiter and gasreus too warm or too cold for life as we know hosting. Somewhere in the...
Time for new things to promising start Tuesday, March 31, 2009
Barbara Hand Clow, March 26, 2009
It is the New Moon in Aries, the time for new things to promising start and an end to things that just lead nowhere. The Spring Equinox was a...
An astrological vision
Sunday, March 22, 2009
Astrological aspect, there is indeed, a number of interesting planetary transitions between the years 2008 and 2011, all three planets slow change of character. Pluto into Capricorn in 2008 (credit crisis), Uranus in 2010 to Aries, Neptune in...
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2009 Spring Equinox: March 20, 2009
by BARBARA HAND CLOW
The spring equinox has arrived, and it is time to decide what we want to create during the rest of the year. As most of you know, the ancient goddess wisdom-Goddess Alchemy-is still available to us now. It teaches us how to use the...
Missing space rocks indicate planetary migration
Monday, March 2, 2009
Scientists from the University of Arizona have encountered a strange case of missing asteroids. The asteroid belt between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter, contains millions of rocky objects. Simulations predict a lot...
New or old is planet in our solar system?
Niburu is currently perhaps the most discussed topic in the world of science, astronomers and world government.
Professor Zecharia Sitchin is widely regarded as the greatest historian of all time. "the earth cronicles" His books "the earth cronicles"...
Smallest planet outside solar system found
Last updated: Tuesday, February 3 , 2009
The European space probe Corot has hitherto smallest rocky planet found outside our solar system. The amazing object is less than twice as large as the Earth revolves in orbit around a star zonachtige. The...
NASA scientists are exploring the possibility that microbial life exist inside Enceladus, where no sunlight reaches, photosynthesis is impossible and no oxygen is available.
Until the two Voyager spacecraft passed near Enceladus, the sixth-largest moon of Saturn, in the early 1980s...